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Batteries

Product Description

We stock;


Code Potential (Volt) Amp Hour Rating Type Electrolyte Form Tubular Plates Floating Years 100% DOD
ESB12-6A 12 7AH C20 Lead Acid Gel NO 3-6 Standby Use Only
ESB12-18C 12 21AH C20 Lead Acid Gel NO 3-6 Standby Use Only
ESB12-100 12 100AH C10 Lead Acid – VRLA AGM NO 5-10 Deep Cycle 400
ESB12-90SY 12 100AH C10 Lead Acid – VRLA AGM NO 5-10 Deep Cycle 400
ESB12-120 12 120AH C10 Lead Acid – VRLA AGM NO 5-10 Deep Cycle 400
ESB12-150S 12 160AH C10 Lead Acid – VRLA AGM NO 5-10 Deep Cycle 400
ESB2-250-OPZV 2 250AH C10 Lead Acid – VRLA GEL YES 20+ Deep Cycle 1200
ESB2-250-OPZS 2 250AH C10 Lead Acid Flooded YES 20+ Deep Cycle 1300
ESB1.2-50 NiCad 1.2 50AH Nickel Cadmium Flooded 8+ Deep Cycle 1000
ESB1.2-120 NiCad 1.2 120AH Nickel Cadmium Flooded 8+ Deep Cycle 1000

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 Lead Acid Battery Types;

LeadAcidTypes

 

  • AGM – These cells features a fiber glass mesh between the battery plates which serves to contain the electrolyte (no free flowing liquid in battery).
  • GEL -  Silica gets added to the electrolyte forming a thick putty-like gel. Sometimes referred to as silicone batteries.
  • Tubular Plates;
    • External shape of the positive plate allows for easier movement of electrolyte.
    • Charge retention is longer because there is no electrolyte pollution from reinforcing agents.
    • Smaller size – smaller footprint means batteries take up less space.
    • See table below comparing tubular to flat plates.

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Abbreviations;

DOD – Depth of Discharge

AGM – Absorbent Glass Mat

VRLA – Valve regulated lead-acid battery

Ni-Cad – Nickel Cadmium